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A popular and inventive quasi-Fantasia by Joseph Hector Fiocco, transcribed for Viola with Piano accompaniment by Alan Arnold. This piece will provide a delightful addition to the Viola player's repertoire.
Six Pieces for Viola and Piano arranged and edited by Watson Forbes.
Technique Takes Off is a book that has 14 original, imaginative studies for solo Viola, specially designed to lead on from elementary studies for younger players to those of Mazas and Kreutzer.
These four pieces were originally written separately between 1901 and 1910 for cello and piano.
This work was inspired by Lionel Tertis, who was the Viola soloist for a performance of Vaughan Williams' Flos Campi in 1925. This edition features a Piano reduction of the original orchestral score.